The key to a productive writing life is scheduling. In this article, we break down how to boost your writing productivity by creating and sticking to a schedule. Warning: some math required!
Writing is both hard and easy. It requires on-going training of the mind, so it gets easier every single time. Discover how to find the state of flow and stay there for as long as possible.
Should you spend all day writing? Or should you structure your time? Author Kathy Edens examines the benefits of limiting your writing time.
Edit your work more easily and effectively with ProWritingAid's free writer software.
Are you a new writer? Discover why planning speeds up your writing time, and check out these steps for planning your novel.
The truth is, it’s possible to ‘win’; to have a profitable writing business. You just need one thing. Yes, just the one. Can you guess what that thing is?
Legendary writing advice from a legendary comedian. Jerry Seinfeld has a lot to teach writers of all genres.
I’ve wanted to be a writer since I wrote my first short story in the second grade, so naturally, I assumed I would someday write The Great American Novel. But when I sat down to tackle the task, it turned out that fiction wasn’t my strength, and that’s putting it mildly. I had to face reality—I completely lacked the imagination needed to write compelling stories.
Writing is a business like any other. You’re creating a product you hope customers will buy and fall in love with. That way, you can continue creating new products people want. Regardless if you’re a fiction writer or a copywriter, you run your own business. And you must approach it like a business if you want to be successful. Fiction writers who understand the publishing industry and what readers want will thrive. Copywriters who can engage and compel readers to act will succeed. Both must become master marketers to promote their business and make money. Here are the building blocks of a solid business that will help you create your best writer’s life.
The Writer’s Life is fantastic, isn’t it? Nothing better than setting your own hours, working when you want, and taking time off when you need it. It’s all bliss, rainbows, and unicorns. Not that I want to shatter your illusions, but there are five good reasons why I’m not writing this from the beach. Here's the truth about freelance writing and vacations.
Freelance writing can be a bit of a roller coaster ride. There are times when the work and the deadlines are almost unmanageable. Then there are those slow times, when other work can be done – updating a website, writing more posts for a personal blog, revising social media profiles, bookkeeping, etc. Use these apps to make the most of your time.
It seems everywhere you turn, someone has an opinion on how easy—or hard—becoming a better copywriter is. Where does that leave you? Here are the best practices that every copywriter can agree are most important to master if you want to call yourself a good copywriter.
Turn Yourself into a Prosperous Copywriter is our way of tipping our hat to all those who earn a good living as a copywriter. Years of copywriting experience went into each chapter of this book. We hope you find nuggets of gold in these pages.
In 2018, people will consume more content than ever before. Books in any form are the gateway to learning and knowledge. The most successful business men and women set aside time daily for reading both non-fiction and fiction. To tap into the new wave of opportunities for writers in 2018, here are 4 trends to watch.
A freelance writing career offers some of the greatest freedom of any job. You can do it anywhere, on a schedule that works for you. For some people, however, the idea of not having a stable source of income holds them back. As much as they want to become a full-time freelance writer and enjoy all its benefits, the thought of not receiving a paycheck on a regular basis is too much. Are you one of them? Do you have that fear? Is it holding you back from becoming a full-time freelance writer? If so, then here's a little pep talk for you.